John D. Chovan, James R. Cacchillo
Hepatic Arterial Aneurysm, Case Studies
Cardiovascular Diseases | Medical Pathology | Nursing
A 30 year old male presented to the ED with a one week history of fever, abdominal pain, and poor PO intake due to nausea and emesis. He was given a GI cocktail and sent home for a presumed diagnosis of gastritis. After having persistent pain the patient returned to the ER the following day and was admitted for further testing. The patient died 3 days later. This is an interesting case presentation, and was in no way straightforward.
Hoying, Megan, "Accurate Intervention in Visceral Aneurysms" (2014). Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) Student Scholarship. Paper 42.